One of my hubs has been flagged and removed, but I am not sure why. The content is original and has only been posted on HubPages. I did promote in a few sites (DIGG, RedGage,etc.), but I did not duplicate the content.
Is there anyway to get more specific information, so that I won't do whatever it is that I did again?
How many etceteras were there?
Don't ask us: ask the hp team: email email@example.com
I think I promoted it on three sites...is that against the rules? I will email the Hub Team, thanks for the info.
If you are unsure in the future you can try submitting your hubs in the extreme make over forum for peoples opinions.
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